Intimate relations and sexual abuse in Danish Sport

Bidragets oversatte titel: Kæresteforhold og seksuelle krænkelser i dansk idræt

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportBogForskning

Resumé

Dette kapitel rapporter den første fase af en to-fase forskningsprojekt, der undersøger forekomsten af potentielt truende og misbrug adfærd i en stikprøve af mandlige og kvindelige danske atleter. En tværsnitsundersøgelse blev gennemført vha en postbesørget spørgeskemaundersøgelse. Det centrale fokus er at belyse omfanget af seksuelt misbrug i en national stikprøve af atleter fra rekreativ, regional, nationalt og internationalt eliteniveau. Resultater fra den samlede stikprøve (N = 1660) viste, at 5% (N = 83) af atleter rapporteret at være manipuleret eller tvunget til seksuel kontakt på et eller andet tidspunkt i deres liv, og i fem tilfælde var gerningsmanden rapporteret til at være en træner. Betydelige kønsforskelle blev fundet. 6,3% af de kvindelige atleter rapporterede levetid seksuelt misbrug i modsætning til 3% blandt mandlige idrætsudøvere. Næsten én ud af tre atleter rapporteres at have oplevet et intimt forhold med en coach. Disse relationer er indtruffet under atletens barndom (0,5%), ungdom (8%) eller voksenalderen (28%). Data viste ingen statistisk signifikante forskelle mellem indberette personlig erfaringer med parforhold på forskellige sportsgrene niveauer (fra fritids igennem til elite sport) eller mellem køn. Respondenterne rapportering at have haft oplevet en intim forhold til en træner som voksen haft en mere positiv respons med hensyn til forholdet end atleter oplever det samme på 13-17 år gamle. Elite atleter havde en mere kritisk svar på træner-atlet relationer end på andre sport niveauer. Konsekvenserne af disse resultater diskuteres.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelses stedBrunel University Press
ForlagBrunel University Press
Vol/bind1
Udgave1
Antal sider157
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-1-902316-83-3
StatusUdgivet - 2010

Fingeraftryk

athlete
sexual violence
Sports
coach
elite
adulthood
adolescence
offender
gender-specific factors
research project
childhood
contact
gender

Emneord

  • seksuelle krænkelser
  • intime relationer
  • organiseret idræt

Citer dette

Støckel, J. T. (2010). Intimate relations and sexual abuse in Danish Sport. (1 udg.) Brunel University Press: Brunel University Press.
Støckel, Jan Toftegaard. / Intimate relations and sexual abuse in Danish Sport. 1 udg. Brunel University Press : Brunel University Press, 2010. 157 s.
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